Intersectional Gender Equity Lead
Part-time, 12-Month Contract
The Intersectional Gender Equity Lead strengthens intersectional gender equity policy and practice in workplaces in the Southern Metropolitan Region. With a focus on supporting organisations who report to the Gender Equality Act, the Lead is positioned as the principal guardian of knowledge and expertise within WHISE on organisational and workforce development.
This role operates with limited direction from leadership and is accountable to manage a range of projects and work to support WHISE achieve its goals through building the capacity and capability of its members, stakeholders and partners.
This role reports to the Manager of Gender Equity and Capacity and works collaboratively with other employees.
The Intersectional Equity Lead will:
- develop and maintain strong partnerships and networks
- design and deliver evidence-based training and capacity building programs
- attract further funding through ‘fee for service’ proposals
- implement strong monitoring, evaluation and learning frameworks aligned with Women’s Health Indicator Framework
- grant acquisition and management where applicable.
People who work with and for WHISE are effective, efficient and bring their own ideas and experience to their work. Our staff have:
- A feminist ethos and perspective and commitment to working with an appreciation of intersectional experience
- Approach to working in a way that is collegiate and collaborative
- Willingness to “roll sleeves” up to get activities done
- Reputation as an enabler and as a person who seeks to support the strengths in others
- Tolerance and adaptability to work in an environment that evolves at the pace of government policy and community need
- Demonstrated qualities in line with WHISE values
We also require our staff to undertake a police check before commencing with WHISE.
Applicants are also advised that WHISE has an exemption under the Equal Opportunity Act and as such the roles that we are recruiting for are identified for women, and also, where noted, for women with migrant and refugee background/proficient in a language other than English.
What We Offer
We offer a values-based, caring organisation. In addition to offering competitive remuneration, we seek to provide a working environment that is flexible and mindful of the reality of working women’s lived experience.
Our work is evidence based, and mission focused – we work to improve the lives of women. We want our staff to feel that they are engaged with their role and that through their work they are part of a broader network of organisations and people, working to create gender equity for all women.
How to Apply
To apply for this role please submit a cover letter that responds to the position description and also a copy of your latest CV. We are keen to understand how your experience can achieve the goals and outcomes of the role and also, why you want to work with WHISE.
Mark your correspondence Atten: Kit McMahon, CEO, Women’s Health in the South East (WHISE)
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Please find out more about WHISE by reading and reviewing:
- Our website where you can find more about us
- Our Annual Report for 2022
- Our current strategic plan and impact framework
If you have any other queries, please feel free to contact WHISE by email – firstname.lastname@example.org. (Mark your email Attention CEO: Kit McMahon, noting the role you want to speak about.)